2021 - 2022 WASHINGTON
GIRLS TRACK & FIELD
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
AMANDA
MOLL
POLE VAULT
CAPITAL HS
OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON
JUNIOR
HEIGHT: 5-FOOT-9
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HIGHLIGHTED STATS
1ST - 14FT, 9.5IN
TEXAS CLYDE LITTLEFIELD - POLE VAULT
1ST - 14-8
NIKE OUTDOOR NATIONALS - POLE VAULT
“Amanda was a phenomenal athlete this spring and a pleasure to see compete. She is definitely one of the state’s best and seemed to do it with such great humility.”
Paul Villanueva
Head Coach - head coach of Shorewood High

Athletic Excellence


The state’s returning Gatorade Girls Track & Field Player of the Year, the 5-foot-9 junior set a national record in the pole vault this past season. At the time of her selection, Moll’s leap of 14 feet, 9.5 inches at the Texas Clyde Littlefield, had outdistanced the old record set in 2021 by 0.5 inches. Moll cleared the bar at 14-8 to win the pole vault at the Nike Outdoor Nationals, besting her twin sister, Hana, who finished second. Moll won gold medals in the pole vault, long jump and as a member of the 4x100-meter relay team at the Class 3A state meet. Her 22.5 individual points helped lead the Cougars to a first place finish as a team.

Academic Achievement


Moll has maintained a 4.0 GPA in the classroom. She will begin her senior year of high school this fall.

Exemplary Character


An avid rock climber and mountain biker, Moll has volunteered locally at a food pantry and with the Mayday Foundation, which provides financial support for folks battling cancer.